The school's curriculum is enriched by a broad range of visits and activities which take place within the school site and further afield. A large number of off site day and half take visits take place during the year to places of educational interest.
In recent years, a group of pupils have visited the space centre in Belgium as part of our specialist school's science work.
A variety of visits to places of interest which will support pupil's learning include: Stratford, Liverpool, Lichfield and the National Arboretum.
The School Council makes an annual visit to the Houses of Parliament to meet our member of parliament.
We ask parents to encourage pupils to take part in these valuable educational and social experiences.
Brewood School Charity money is available to pay costs in cases of financial hardship and parents should contact the Headteacher for further details.
Letters to parents will request a voluntary contribution towards the cost of any educational visits. If parents would like their child to go on a visit, the pupil will be eligible to take part even if parents do not wish to make a voluntary contribution.
Nevertheless, charges for entrance fees (e.g. to a museum) can be levied. However, if there is insufficient parental support, a proposed visit may have to be cancelled.